Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will take the stage Wednesday evening at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas for the third and final presidential debate — what could be one of the last opportunities for Trump to save his floundering campaign.
Clinton leads her Republican opponent by a healthy margin in most national polls, and — more importantly from the perspective of her campaign — appears poised to capture many of the decisive battleground states in the November election.
Both of the prior two debates were bruising affairs that generated many more headlines from the candidates’ attacks on each other than from any policy discussion.
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